Nicola Sturgeon

Scottish National Party MSP for Glasgow Southside


Recent appearances

  • Scottish Parliament: Justice (Electronic Monitoring) 27 Jun 2019

    As Ruth Davidson was, I was in the chamber when such issues were debated at stage 3 of the Management of Offenders (Scotland) Bill earlier this week. I thought that there was a good discussion. Many members made the point that a tag being removed for medical reasons, for example, should perhaps not be regarded as a crime. However, the bill includes a new offence of being unlawfully at large....
  • Scottish Parliament: Education 27 Jun 2019

    I do not have the number of Government debates, but I know that, earlier this week, John Swinney, the Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills, made a statement on education reform. Last week or the week before, he made a statement on attainment and assessment in primary schools. As members would expect, the education secretary and I spend a considerable amount of our time ensuring that we...
  • Scottish Parliament: Moray Council Budget Cuts 27 Jun 2019

    I seem to remember that the Conservatives recently resigned from the administration of Moray Council because they wanted to implement cuts. The Scottish Government has increased funding for local government and will continue to protect it and be fair to it in all the budgetary decisions that it makes. The last point that I will make to Jamie Halcro Johnston is one that I have made many times...

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Scottish National Party MSP for Glasgow Southside

Entered the Scottish Parliament on 6 May 1999 — Election

Also represented Glasgow Govan; Glasgow

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